Well, this is a collaboration we didn’t see coming and it is a collab that can be really fun. We are talking about Teenage Engineering collab with flat-pack furniture giant, IKEA. The two has jointly introduced the Frekvens line of speakers and lights, which are available at select IKEA stores as we speak.
Looking for unusual-looking, audiophile speakers that showcase the avant-garde decor? Well then, the Elipson W35 is for you. Looking like a planet propped up in any space, the W35 from the French audio brand may look like a single speaker, but it is actually split into left and right channel.
If you are a person who appreciate great sound, but fear the presence of audio equipment will mar your interior decor, well then, Bang & Olufsen Contrast Collection might just be the answer.
Not everyone who plays mobile game likes wearing headphones and also, staring at the phone for too long is clearly not good for eyes. So, how does those two things related? They are related by this product called Mutrics GB-30. Mutrics GB-30 is a “smart audio gaming glasses” or “smart gaming glasses” if you will.
Sound bar. It will remain my favorite topic until I actually find one slim enough to fit under my ridiculously low sitting 55-inch Mi TV. For everyone else who has none of this concern, you may be interested in the TCL Alto 9+ 3.1 Channel Sound Bar. One look, you know it has a new […]
If you are thinking of renewing your home entertainment system in 2020, or just looking to give your flat screen TV’s audio a boost, Vizio is here to help. The America TV brand has revealed its 2020 sound bar lineup which includes Vizio Elevate Sound Bar, M-Series and V-Series sound bar lines.
The post title pretty much sums up what Noveto Smart Audio is about. It is a dynamic focused sound solution that lets an individual consume audio that only he or she can hear without the use of headphones.
As much as we love the design and sound of Devialet speakers, we are put off by the prices. Seriously, not many consumers will be willing to part with four figures for a wireless speaker. Especially given the alternatives we have today.
People who can’t live without music probably has a set up in the living, the kitchen and even for each room. Thing is speakers can be quite a clutter. Plus, not only they cost a lot of money, but they could be a decor-killer.
Sound bar is the solution to better audio without the clutter, but it is never the best solution. Lets face it. A bar with however many drivers can never truly replicate strategically placed physical speakers.